Kriseman faces off with City Council on storefront plan

Mayor Rick Kriseman took to Facebook to drum up backing for what he hopes will be a legacy of his administration.

Kriseman called for a public turnout at the March 14 St. Petersburg City Council meeting to support the Storefront Conservation Corridor Plan.

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Big change ahead for downtown St. Pete Raymond James branch

Raymond James & Associates is relocating its downtown St. Petersburg branch office to the top floors of 200 Central, downtown’s tallest office building.

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St. Pete Tiny Home Festival new and improved for 2019

Last year’s inaugural St. Pete Tiny Home Festival was such a spectacular success – around 3,000 people descended on St. Pete College’s Allstate Center campus over its two weekend days – that organizers began planning the 2019 edition almost immediately.

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He Said, She Said: Two-For-One

Peter + Michelle pay tribute to Luke Perry; interview Senate President Bill Galvano and Rep. Chris Sprowls

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Nike and Mattel on why the least active generation in history needs physical playtime

For a generation of “digitally native,” highly scheduled kids and teens, the need to get out and play has never been more urgent.

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The Shuffle

Bill Corbin


The Hustle

Tom Hamilton (West Bay Media Group)

Tom Hamilton knows business, and he's enthusiastic about it too. With 30 years in St. Pete, Hamilton has built a web design company that helps local entrepreneurs put their best foot forward.

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Children's Dream Fund

The Children’s Dream Fund grants the wishes and dreams of children throughout West Central Florida.

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Bob Buckhorn
Mayor of Tampa

Focus: Cheating

The College-Admissions Scandal and the Warped Fantasy of the American Scam [The Atlantic]

Beyond the eye-popping details, the fascination with the alleged actions of wealthy parents reflects how thoroughly the logic of cheating has come to define the present moment.

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To compete with Google, OpenAI seeks investors - and profits

A new utopian investment opportunity arrived Monday: Shovel dollars into a San Francisco artificial intelligence lab cofounded by Elon Musk and you’ll receive a share of the profits when (or if) it figures out how to create machines smarter than humans.

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